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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Keeping sanity during Christmas break..

What do you do while life is different between Christmas and New Years?
This year we started making bread... My 11 year old loves to cook and bake,
so I decided to get out the bread recipe that I use to make years ago.  The kids
were saying yuck, who puts cottage cheese and eggs in bread...  I told them that

there older siblings use to fight over this bread... It never lasted long.  Well,
sure enough... I put the bread in the oven... took it out of the oven ... and then
I had somewhere to go.  When I got home a quarter of a loaf was left out of 2 loaves.

We made it today and again the same thing happened.  If I don't get up early tomorrow,
I won't get any of this bread either.

Next time I think we will make cinnamon raisin bread.

What did you do this week to have fun with the kids?

                                                             True a 10 starter set today

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Favorite thing to do in winter.

In winter our family loves to have tea parties... We make a treat and have it with tea mid afternoon.

When the weather is above zero we like to play outside... sledding and making tunnels and snowmen.

I like to bring out my knitting... the knitting is fun and it, also, keeps me warm...

What is your favorite thing to do in the winter... by yourself and with family.

Blessed Christmas to you all.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Yummy Christmas Favorites

Mo'Betta has a wonderful old fudge recipe

Mother of Pearl has peanut butter fudge

Taste of Home has nutty carmel clusters.

Allrecipes. com had the oatmeal date bars that my mom use to make.

Share links to your favorites in the comment section.

Last years virtual cookie exchange... go here for wonderful recipes

Hope you are having fun with your young ones...

Monday, December 20, 2010

5 Questions, if you care to answer them send me your link.

1.  What will your Christmas dinner consist of? We will have ham and turkey, white potatoes and sweet,
green bean casserole and Christmas cookies.

2.  Do you watch commercials or flip through the channels? We don't watch tv, but we do watch movies on dvd or video. 

3.  How long will you leave your Christmas decorations up? We put up the tree the week before Christmas and take it down after the feast of the 3 kings.

4.  What movie makes you cry every time you watch it?  Where the Red Fern Grows

5.  Do you have a Facebook? Yes,  Debbie's Aloe based skincare

8 Money Myths that Mess Up Your Life

Mary Hunt has many wonderful ideas on saving money... Today she has some ways to debunk your Money myths..

Jess, has a cute cartoon on her blog  Joy just because.

Now off to cleaning .... Cobwebs everywhere...

Enjoying life with friends..

Sunday, December 19, 2010


“Well done is better than well said.” 
Benjamin Franklin

"When you are grateful
fear disappears and
abundance appears."
- Jim Rohn

Friday, December 17, 2010

Happy Last week of Advent

What are you going to do this last week before Christmas?
I am going to put up my tree, and bake cookies.

We are going to have fun as a family.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Do you send out cards...?

I have found a wonderful way to send out cards and not leave my house. If you are interested,
let me know. You will love the fact that you can fix up the card to send it exactly the way you want.

You can put in pictures, your own text... 

Monday, December 13, 2010

5 tips to Improve your Dry Skin

What is the first thing people notice when  they look at you? Your skin of course.
IF you want you skin to improve you need to wash it daily.

1.  The first thing you want to do is to ex foliate your skin... Why you say... you wash
our face everyday.  Sometimes twice a day... Well, ex foliating your skin takes off the
dead skin cells, leaving your  vibrant glowing skin for all to see.  Your body sloughs  off
 dead skin cells ever 2 days to a week, depending on how old you are.  These skin cells
are what makes your skin drab.

2. Make sure that you use lots of aloe based skin care and lotions  do to the damage the do
to the damage the sun does to your skin.  Aloe keeps the skins moisture alive,  and  healing
 your skin in the process. While the sun is good for you, you do not want your skin to burn.

3. Take care of  your lips during the winter.  Aloe and vitamin E are good for lips in healing
with the dry heat in the house and the cold dry air outside.

4.  A paradigm shift that many people should make is not showering everyday.  Showering
everyday for many people that are not  physically dirty or sweaty will be drying out your skin.
For many people, that leads to eczema and and other skin problems.  If you have dry skin,
use body lotions that are aloe based.  The aloe will pull moisture down into your skin to help
heal and moisturize your skin.

5.  Using products with perfumes  and dyes in them, irritate many peoples skin. Sticking
to aloe based products will heal the skin..

So in review.
1. Exfoliate
2. Moisturize  with aloe when you are going to be in the sun
3. Use aloe and vitamin E on your lips
4. Do not shower daily unless physically dirty or sweaty.
5. Stay away from perfumes and dyes.

Hope this help revive and liven up your skin for the winter.  Happy winter.

Boy, It is cold outside.. What to do?

What do you do when it is cold outside?  I am not talking about 40F or 20F  I am talking 0F
and wind blowing...   Well here today  the public school doesn 't have school so my high schooler
is at home with the homeschooled kids.

I told them that they have to play games that use math, religion and history skills in them.
This morning they are playing the card game Nickels, which is basically a sequencing game.
They also, came up with the point is that they are not to cheat or fight for Religion.  So far,
it is working.  Later, they will be making homemade pizza for home ec and then 2 of the kids
will be cleaning a house with me.  I told them, if I have to do anything over or they fight, they
will not get the pay we agreed upon. My other child will stay home with the 7 year old and
play games and read books.  It is to cold for them to be outside when I am not home.
They could be frozen before is get home if something should happen.

Thank goodness we have L'Bri  hand and body cream and body butter to keep our skin from
drying out and the aloe as the first ingredients is so healing.

So what do you do when it is to cold to step outside unless you have to?  Let me know and I
will send you a sample hand and body lotion.  Take care, keep warm.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Prayers for your Christmas season.

This morning was enjoyed with L'Bri skincare and body care products. They feel wonderful with the healing first ingredient of aloe in every product.

Worked on Christmas cards and my youngest made Christmas presents for everyone.
He made Christmas ornaments out of clay.  This year he seems to like working with clay.
They turned out very nice. Send out cards is making other peoples lives happier. I really like them.

This afternoon we made cookies and brownies. When I made the brownies, I put Reese's Peanut
butter cups in them. They are yummy..! The butterscotch oatmeal cookies are the first cookies my son
made almost my himself.  He (7 years old) liked the fact that he had strong muscles to stir the batter.
He made very uniform cookies.  I still cannot to this day because I am to impatient to get finished.

Tonight we watched it snow and watched a civil war movie.  It seems we need to watch
war movies when only the boys are at home. We are  suppose to have ice and blowing snow
tomorrow. I hope the rest of you don't have to be part of that.  If you can, please pray for
my husband, as he has to get my daughters from camp tomorrow...

Hope that you holiday trimmings are coming together the way you like them.  Have a good

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

What happened to you today or yesterday?

Something great is going to happen today...
I can't wait to see what it is!

Let me know what wonderful thing happened to you today.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Try this experiment.

Aloe brings moisture to the skin.
Drop water droplets on to the back of your hand.  Do you see the water just siting there.
Now put aloe on the back of your hand.  Notice how the water seeps into your skin.
L'Bri skincare products with aloe help to moisturize skin in this way.  Aloe draws water into your skin and 
moisturizes your skin.  Looking for for moisture 
ALOE is the way to go.

L'Bri Intense Body Butter w/ aloe

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Blessed 2nd week of Advent to you all.

There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship. — Thomas Aquinas

My 7 year old and I made and Advent wreath yesterday.  We made it with the
traced hands of the people that were home.. and then taped it to the wall.
He was so happy when we were finished.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Some very pretty Christmas tree crafts

Blessing Over Flowing Blog  has Links to some very pretty Christmas tree crafts.

Tell her that Debbie's Aloe Based Skincare sent you.
Hope you have fun making some of these trees.

Here is one of the items on her page.

We will be having some fun tonight. Hope you will too.

What is Aloe for?

Aloe Barbadensis Miller is a species of Aloe, native to northern Africa.Aloe is a member of the lily family.  It is a succulent plant growing 8- to 10 cm tall.  The leaves are thick and fleshy, green with serrated edges.

 Aloe can be used for  treating skin rashes, insect bites, herpes simplex, burns, acne, bedsores, ringworm and painful shingles.  It is also good for keeping the functioning of bowels smooth.

 Aloe works to take down swelling in the eyes and for hemorrhoids.

 Aloe works for swelling of muscles and body aches.  You can use aloe after a long day of hard work.  

Aloe also works for you are working in harsh chemicals and cold weather.  Aloe heals every part of your 

As you can see,  Aloe is good for every part of your body.  Give it a try. You will be happy you did.

Christmas sale...
Take care of your body with aloe...  

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Careful, the Kids Are Watching


If you speak English in your home, your kids are not likely to come out speaking Italian. Children learn through observation and imitation. And they don’t miss a thing. Kids are shaped at the very beginning of life by the way their parents live. They are attentive witnesses of grown-up behaviors. They take their cues from what they see and hear.
Want your kids to grow up with healthy attitudes about money? Start living the way you want them to become. Let your kids regularly catch you in the act of living financially responsible lives and you’ll be on your way to raising financially responsible kids.
You really cannot start too early modeling healthy money attitudes for your kids. Here are 20 ways you can start right now, even if yours are still toddlers:
1. Let them observe that you have money and you take good care of it.
2. Let them see you use money as an ordinary and normal part of life.
3. Let them see you put money in the church offering. Make sure they catch you being generous with others and sharing what you have.
4. Tell your kids stories about the ways God takes care of you.
5. Allow them to see you deposit money in the bank.
6. Let them see the way you pay for groceries with cash.
7. Teach them that money is important in our lives because we can exchange it for things we need and want.
8. Talk about money as casually as you talk about other things like sports and laundry.
9. Use coins to teach your preschoolers to count. It’s effective and acknowledges their curiosity about money.
10. Talk about the different shapes and colors of items in the store. It gives little ones something to do instead of wanting everything they see.
11. While a passenger in the grocery cart, allow your little one to hold the coupons or the list. Talk about finding the best value.
12. Say, "We don’t choose to spend our money that way" more often than you say, "We can’t afford it."
13. Remember, preschoolers are listening and learning from everything they see you do and hear you say.
14. Use coins to teach the different denominations. Three and four-year-olds can learn to put all the pennies into one cup, the nickels into another and so on.
15. Visit the library and park with your preschooler more often than the market or mall.
16. Give rewards of hugs and praise—not money. Creating the expectation of a cash payment at every turn is a habit you’ll regret in adolescence.
17. Monitor television time and opt for non-commercial viewing and DVDs when possible.
18. Let preschoolers participate in household chores to enjoy the security of belonging—not to get paid.
19. Intervene between advertisers and your kids. Preschoolers can’t always tell when the television show ends and the ad begins.
20. Make sure your children grow up knowing that all good things are a blessing from God.

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Kimberly's L'bri testimonial..

Congratulations to Our "Love L'BRI" Testimonial Winners
Our customers love L'BRI!  For beautiful, healthy skin, L'BRI is all you need!  We thank 
the many loyal L'BRI customers who submitted their video and written testimonials.
Congratulations to our two video testimonial winners.  Michelle Ishmael Wright will 
receive $300 in L'BRI products and Susan Arvai will receive $75.

In their videos, Michelle and Susan told of the amazing results they enjoyed by using our L’BRI products.
Of all the written testimonials we received, one stood out among all the others.  We are pleased to award L'BRI products totaling $300 to Kimberly Schneider of Menomonee Falls, WI.

Here is Kimberly's testimonial:
Okay, so are you tired of spending tons of money on EVERY product you see on the commercials, read in the magazines or see on the store shelves?  Only to find, they NEVER do what they say. I got so feed up with this too!  I found if the product did work, it stopped working after a week or so.
Then, one day, while at a friend’s house, I saw a L'BRI magnet she had on her refrigerator. I asked her tons of questions, and she then gave me some samples she had from her previous order. She told me she had been using L'BRI for about two years, and LOVED IT!!
So, I went home and tried the cleanser and moisturizer she had given me. I was pleasantly surprised at how wonderful these products felt on my skin. I have very dry, sensitive skin. The first night I used the samples, my flaky skin felt so soft, and didn't feel tight. I LOVED that. The samples lasted about four days, and in those four days I definitely noticed a great improvement in my skin.
My two daughters, age 20 and 21, also noticed and wanted to try the L'BRI products. I called my friend and asked her to place an order for us.  We couldn't wait to get the L'BRI products we purchased.  Which reminds me, the prices are very reasonable. What makes it even better is, once you try L'BRI, you will never buy another skin product.  L'BRI IS DEFINITELY ALL YOU NEED!!! 

It's been about a year now and my daughters and I have no 
reason to buy anything but L'BRI.  We all have very different
 skin types, but L'BRI does exactly what it says for each of us.
 My vanity is not all cluttered with expensive lotions or potions 
that don't do what they say.  All that stuff went in the garbage 
about two2 weeks after my first purchase.  L'BRI IS DEFINITELY 
ALL YOU NEED!!  Your skin will feel healthy again, and have a
 beautiful glow, just like when we were kids.  Well, maybe not
 that far back, but L'BRI has made me look and even feel younger.  
When you have young, beautiful, healthy skin, you feel confident
 and happy.  L'BRI will do this for you, because L'BRI IS DEFINITELY
 ALL YOU'LL EVER NEED!!!  Thank you L'BRI!!!
Thank you, Kimberly, for sharing your positive L'BRI experiences.

Try a starter kit today.   7 days for only $6.75 in shipping

Happy Thanksgiving from Debbie at L'Bri

Sunday, November 21, 2010

How many times a day do you wash your face?

Do you know why washing your face is good for you?  Washing  your face at night
gets all the pollutants from the day off your face...

Washing your face in the morning... cleans off the sloughed  off  dead skin cells from 
night time rebuilding.  
Rejuvenating Facial Peel  -- is a wonderful natural way to slough of those dead skin cells
once a week.

So how many times a day do you wash your face?

Remember you can also, get your 7 day starter sets, too.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

What have you used aloe for? Have you liked the results.

Have you used aloe for healing??? or for detoxing???? Share what you have used it for...

Love your skin...take care of it with natural products... God made them for our use.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Thomas Edison

It took Thomas Edison over 2.000 attempts to invent the light bulb. When asked how he felt about his repeated failures, he replied "I never failed once. MY invention just happened to be a 2.000 step process."

Monday, November 15, 2010


No matter what you 've done for yourself or for humanity, it you cannot look back on having given love and attention to your own family, what have you accomplished.
Lee Iaccoca, Automobile Manufacturer Executive

Sunday, November 14, 2010

42 days until the big day

Some really cute items that anyone would love for Christmas.

Something for aunt Mae,  even uncle Joe would like to fight the cold weather with
aloe lotion...  Cousin Marge would love to have the spa collection or body butter.

John the mail carrier would love to have a stocking and lotion to fight the cold weather
and all the paper cuts he get being the in the mail room.

For someone you know who has trouble with blemishes there is the blemish control

                          Aloe is wonderful for grandma and grandpa, aunt Jane, uncle Joe
the mail lady/man,  hair dresser or anyone on you shopping list.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Don't quit!

When things go wrong as they sometimes will;
When the road you're  trudging seems all up hill;
When the funds are low, and the debts are high

And you want to smile, but have to sigh;
When care is pressing you down a bit-
Rest if you must, but do not quit.

Success is failure turned inside out;
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt;
and you can never tell how close you are

It may be near when it seems so far;
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit-
It's when things go wrong that you must not quit.

Author Unknown

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Excellence is,,,

Excellence is caring more then others think is wise;
risking more than others think is safe;
dreaming more then others think is practical;
and expecting more then other think is possible.

Tell me how you have cared more the others think is wise.. today.

Dare to be different and come outside yourself.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Have you had a busy week?

Have you had a busy day cleaning and then you ache all over?
Cleaning a house... is going to give you a good work out.  When you clean
for 4 to 5 hours straight you get very warm and all your muscles warm and
loosened up. A day you clean for 4 to 5 hours you do not have to get on
your treadmill.

Well the next day after cleaning you my get very achy. You have had a good work 
out.  What would you do when you get sore?

Three things that help and achy body are:  1) drink more water and 2) drink pineapple juice 
(the bromalein in pineapple takes down swelling)  3)  The other thing that I use is Super Aloe.   

When in pain try more water, pineapple or pineapple juice and Super Aloe.

Hears to a pain free week.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Many things to say.

This cardinal and his mate have been banging the windows on my house since the beginning of summer.
We have put bags in the windows, kept the curtains pulled.. Nothing works.

I am so happy that I am starting to loose weight.  I hope that I can stay motived..
It is time to start using tea again, as it is cold... My friend Bea has great teas that
she makes from her garden herbs... They are delicious.

Aloe lotion is keeping my skin from drying out.  I am enjoying feeling soft.
Also, free samples of aloe skincare 7 day supply , postage is only $6.75.

Getting ready for the holidays... Here is a nice craft with peppermint candy.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

I found a wonderful post today on reasonably going green.

10 Ways to go green

Chris Adkins has 10 wonderful fairly cheap ways to save money and go green.

Seeing as I like using natural products in my home and on my skin... I really enjoyed

his blog post. I hope you enjoy it too.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Fall weather is beautiful.

October sale...  Are you looking for firmer skin?  You will love Maxifirm and it firms up the gobble neck.
Look wonderful... It is on sale until the end of the month...

Love your hair with aloe based shampoo and conditioner. On sale this month...

Questions give me a call and as always you can try a 10 day sample for only  $6.75 for shipping.

Have a happy fall as the days are shortening... and winter will be with us soon.

Monday, October 18, 2010

God is good.

Ten things that I am grateful for today.

1.   Gods gift of my family
2.   Gods gift of beautiful fall leaves.
3.   Gods gift of L'Bri customers.
4.   Gods gift of Cleaning customers
5.   Gods gift of homeschooling my kids.
6.   Gods gift of the gifts and talents of my family.
7.    Gods gift of my home and food.
8.    Gods gift of of my 2 son in laws.
9.    Gods gift of my 1st granddaughter.
10.   Gods gift of friends  that miss me and talk to me.

Let me know 1 or 2 things that you are grateful for today.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

How to take care of puffy eyes.

I was reading a blog post were a lady did any experiment with different things to take down swelling.
L'Bri's eye repair in the refrigerator works great for many and you can get your money back if you don't
like it.   Here are some more suggestion of what she reviewed  and  how she felt they worked.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Does life ever slow down....? Hi everyone, I have a computer and my house back to just our family again:)

So many things that I would love to do..

Since my daughter got married... my oldest daughter and my grand baby went home October 1st.  Since
they have been home-- my grandbaby has started climbing stairs and got any other tooth (making it 6).

My youngest daughter (4th)  has been playing volley ball with our church. They are doing very well for 6th graders and have their tournament this coming Saturday. I love to watch my kids play sports.   My 3rd daughter was running cross country until she hurt her ankle again this year. Anyone have any ideas on what to do to make stronger ankles.?

My 3rd son has  been working when not in school.. He is painting some days and working on a farm other days. Some of the days he has free he is hauling farm equipment with a friend of his.

My 4th son is doing schoolwork and has joined a homeschool biology group that meets every other Friday. On the way home last time, I got lost .. so we bought a map and he had fun with my 4th daughter navigating us home.  They took the long way, but I let them because it was a beautiful day.  They  learned how
this road was connected to roads that they already knew.

My fourth son loved when we were in the airplane in September going to San Diego, CA. He said mom look. out the window.. I said oh what... He said, "Look at all the circuit boards down there!"  He Dad is an electrical engineer and so my son is in tone with what a circuit board looks like and is fascinated with them.

With all these activities going on,  I have, also,  been cleaning 2 to 4 days a week.  Teaching 4 grade CCD.  They have a new program this year that is terrific. I am happy things are changing.  Teaching skincare and playing Backgammon with my kids.  They are much better than I am but, I am learning.  Tomorrow night get to meet with the knitting ladies group that I have been with for a year. I haven't seen them for 2 months with the wedding and graduation and house guests.

Looking forward to visiting you all again.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I finally have a computer.

I will start posting again this week.

The wedding went well. We are enjoying our oldest daughter and grand-baby until Saturday.

We have started catching up on the homeschooling.

What a busy month we have had.

Monday, September 6, 2010

I miss being on here..

I still don't have a computer... We have had county fair this week.. We are going to my daughter's college
graduation next weekend.  My L'bri conference is the following weekend...  September 25th my daughter is
getting married.

I have been cleaning homes and working L'Bri..
Tomorrow my homeschool kids start school and the two public school kids started last week.

I have been very tired the last few weeks.  I am hoping it is because of all the activity...
I am hoping to get a computer by the beginning of October. Miss you all.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Random acts of Kindness

I like this topic that is going around.

Some random acts of kindness I have done in the last week.
Sent cards out to prospective clients for my cleaning business. 
Did half of my daughters dishes on Friday. Friday is her day to do dishes.
Scratched my sons back...
Took the kids to my moms house so she didn't have to come and get them.

Random acts of kindness others did for me.
Fellow blogger talked to me on the phone for a couple hours. She is a  sweet lady.
People have held the door for me at church and a store.
Someone is asking me for an opinon on a job we are to do by the end of the month.

God is great!  I thank him for everyday.. good and bad...

My husband and I dancing the polka 2 years ago on our 25th Anniversary.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

My computer has died.

We have been dealing with the heat.. and getting ready for county fair.  Pre fair judging is next week and the kids need to get their woodworking products finished so the can dry by next Friday.

We are getting ready for school to start, which is the same day the fair is. Public school and county fair starts September 1st.  My high school kids go to public school.  I am getting ready for homeschooling my 3 younger kids starting Sept. 8th. , just after county fair.  The weekend after that we are going to CA for my daughters college graduation, and the weekend after is my L'Bri conference.  The 4th weekend in September my  college graduate gets married .  We are having a barn dance at our home for the reception..

So going to the library  to go on the computer everyday is not in the schedule.  I hope that I can find a computer that does what I want and I can afford.

I hope those of you that are still enjoying summer have fun. Those of you that are starting school have a good year.

For those of you that pray.. could you please pray for 4 special people in my life that need to learn respect for God and or their family members.

Take care,

Monday, August 9, 2010

Dull itchy skin driving you crazy?

Is your skin dull-- have you been wondering why your skin itches..?

Dull itchy lifeless skin most likely means that you have dead skin cells.

You wash your face and body and you think that you are clean...

Well I ask you to take the 7 day trial to see if L'Bri can bring your

skin back to life.  Many people who have taken the L'Bri challenge

have younger looking skin... Spouses and children even notice the difference.

You will enjoy having healthy skin using L'Bri Pure and Natural Aloe based skincare

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Why I love L'bri

I learned about L'Bri pure and natural about 7 years ago... I went to a direct marketing fair...
Met a very nice L'Bri consultant that gave me a sample of  L'Bri.  I took it home and loved it from day 1.

L'bri has help my skin look young and soft.  It has help some scaring go away. It has balanced
out the oil glands and now many people  think I am 10 years younger than I am...  My kids
friends cannot believe  that I am way older than their parents because my skin is not wrinkle or dry.
The aloe gives you energy in the mid afternoon. 

So I started sharing L'Bri pure and natural with everyone who knows how important it is to take
care of  their face.  You will feel wonderful knowing that your face is getting healthier and also,
helping others make some money to help out with the family bills.  

So let me help you live the American dream while having beautiful skin.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Are you looking to live the American Dream

 L'Bri is for you if you.

Like helping people
you are friendly
you only like using natural products on your skin
you would like to earn an income
you like the fact that aloe is healing to your skin.

want to live the American Dream

Itchy Mosquitoes

Have you ever used aloe to get rid if the sting and itch of mosquito bites?

This year we have been using aloe for mosquito bites.  The aloe that goes
deep into your skin to heal your skin also, goes down and pulls out the
poison to and releaves the itch... We have use it all summer and it releaves
the itch and leave no scaring.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

What do you want to know about L'Bri or skincare in general?

Today I am looking for what you want to learn about skincare.  What kinds of things do you want to hear about?
Is there any thing that you want me to find out about L'Bri skincare products?

I am here to give you the information that you want...

Friday, July 30, 2010

May I help you get the skincare sets on sale. Last day

Saturday is the last day to get sets on sale.  I know many of you are ready to order and now is the great time to do so.  Let me know how I can help you with you beautiful skin. 

Helping you is my job.

my email is returntoplants  at yahoo  dot com

Looking forward to helping you.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

10 things I am thankful for today

1.  I am thankful for God taking care of my family
2.  I am thankful for my husband who takes care of us and earns a living.
3.  I am thankful for all the talents of my 9 children that keep my life interesting.
4.  I am thankful for my sil's and my granddaughter.
5.  I am thankful for my garden that gives me fresh veggies to eat.
6.  I am thankful for my L'Bri skincare business so I can help people protect and heal their skin.
7.  I am thankful for friends to help carry burdens and happy times.
8.  I am thankful for the flowers on my kitchen table.
9.  I am thankful for the peace that I had the last 2 weeks while my kids were off to camp.
10.  I am thankful that my kids are coming home today.

Try a sample of L'bri skincare today.  Your skin will thank you.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

July sales

Basic Set 1 and Basic set 2 come with a cool butterfly bag  and one of the serums for $15.95. What a great value.  Anyone ordering one of these two sets before the end of  July I will get give you a purse size hand and body lotion.

Anyone ordering a trio by the end of July I will give them 3 small sample packets of aloe.

Go here to order.  
Anyone with any question email me at returntoplants  at  yahoo dot com
IF you are already a customer, use your user name and pass word.
If you are a new customer, on front page start  with new customer section.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Sharing blogs of Friends who also like herbs and botanicals.

My friend Bea has wonderful herb garden.. I love using her herbs for tea.  Bea and I both believe in using natural products for  our health.  Check her out here.. let her know that Debbie's L'Bri sent you.  Bea also, has a vintage store if you are interested in these types of things.

My friend Wendy  has a blog with a home business, too.   Wendy has a free spiritual guidance  series and also, a Grandma's natural healing products that she makes.  Catch her here.... tell her the Debbie's L'Bri sent you..

I love to support people that are returning to God and nature.  If  you  have or know of a blog or company that falls into this category... leave me a note.  In the mean time check out Bea, Wendy and My products and help us help our families as we help you with your families health. Have a good day.